Winscribe Makes a Case for Digital Dictation + Workflow
Chicago (PRWEB) January 27, 2009 - Winscribe, world leading provider of digital dictation and workflow solutions, announced today that company representatives will be demonstrating the latest release of its award-winning Digital Dictation Workflow Management Solution at LegalTech New York taking place February 2 – 4, 2009 and Legal IT London February 4 – 5, 2009. The timing of these two events comes at a critical point for global law firms who now, more than ever, are faced with the challenge of doing more with less due to the current economic crisis.
“A recently published report advises law firms to take several immediate actions in response to setbacks caused by the world’s economic crisis,” explains Amy Clevidence, Global Marketing Operations Manager for Winscribe. “Firms have been encouraged to analyze and trim unnecessary expenses, reduce excess capacity and address performance issues. We believe these suggestions are relevant to a firm’s technology. Taking the opportunity to improve or upgrade firm technology can reduce many system expenses, increase efficiency in order to be more productive with a leaner staff, and provide dramatic performance increases.”
Winscribe’s Digital Dictation Workflow Management Solution addresses each of these suggested actions. With Winscribe, firms experience cost savings as a result of an immediate increase in company-wide work sharing and productivity. Winscribe ensures that dictation is immediately available to support staff for typing which improves document turnaround time and maximizes productivity. The results of these benefits can be substantial to a firm such as the case of UK-based Beachcroft, LLC:
“Digital dictation has allowed us to restructure existing teams enabling us to improve our secretarial to fee earner ratios. As a result, we have saved around £470,000 [approximately $715,000] over the last year.”
“Winscribe is a fully customizable, flexible system that meets the needs of firms of all sizes,” adds Clevidence. ”Winscribe products are built on Microsoft architecture and make use of SQL & Microsoft .Net technologies. With a built-in software development kit (SDK), Winscribe can be tailored to provide the maximum benefit to end users. Benefits to authors include support for manufacturer independent input devices such as Grundig, Philips and Olympus digital handheld devices and speech microphones and mobile devices such as Windows Mobile, BlackBerry and Nokia Smartphones. Because the system is web-based, users can access it anytime from any location where an internet connection is present which enables staff members to work and continue to be productive regardless of their geographic location. In addition, Winscribe offers two distinct licensing models: traditional client licensing as well as a Software-as-a-Service subscription platform. Our clients have a wide array of options available to them when it comes to the Winscribe solution positioning us to implement and customize a platform that works best for each unique firm we serve.”
With Winscribe, support is never an issue. Winscribe has five global support centers located in Australia, the United Kingdom, the United States, Switzerland and New Zealand. In addition, Winscribe supports over 150 sales partners worldwide who provide technical support to clients on a local level. Winscribe clients thus have access to a dedicated center for standard business hour support within their region while also offering them the comfort of knowing they always have access to assistance via our 24/7 global support network.
Individuals who wish to learn more about Winscribe and Winscribe’s case for dictation are encouraged to visit Winscribe at LegalTech New York (booth 2109/2111) and Legal IT London (Booth 56). To pre-schedule a demonstration at either event, email email@example.com.
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